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The book I would have written

  • . . . were I not too lazy to write a book. Seriously, you should read this if you want to learn about digi-scrapping.

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Jen, I am somewhat concerned that it will be difficult to figure out when you have posted new information to your site. Say one has read most of the articles in your Table of Contents and then you post a new article somewhere in the middle ... which, as I understand it, is the way it is going to happen. Not sure many of us will remember all the articles we have previously read in order to determine what articles may be new. I find I have this problem on Denis' escrapper site. Although he does post a little New graphic on new tutorials for awhile. But when does New roll over into has been around for awhile now?!?

Hopefully I am expressing this concern correctly. I just don't want to miss out on info I may possibly be able to use and which you have taken so much time and effort to present to your digi-scrappin' friends! Perhaps putting "Born on Dates" or "Updated to Add Dates" in the tutorial titles would help? Surely you are creative enough to figure this out for us. You have probably already thought of this issue and have a way to keep us informed of new info on your site!

You have obviously already put a TON of work into your site! TFS, congrats and good luck!!!

that is a GREAT question. Thank you so much for bringing it up.

I've been thinking about the same thing, actually, and I just haven't decided yet exactly how to do it. Right now I'm trying so hard to finish up this Phase 1 of the site -- the first 45 entries that will be a fairly complete set of information for what you need to know to start. I'm also trying desperately to keep up with e-mails from designers about my designers list! This site is taking on a life of it's own!!! ;o)

It IS a pretty high priority to make my readers happy! Thank you SO MUCH for your suggestion, I really appreciate it!

Jen

I know you probably don't get back what you put in (in monetary terms), but can I just say that you are sooo good for what you do for everyone, and I for one really appreciate it. :)

This is a fab site - I am just learning about the whole concept of scrapbooking amd have been asked to teach a class in September so I will be on this site all the time - youve done a fantastic job!!!

You have a truly inspiring and unbelievably informative site! Thank you for all that you give to this wonderful craft!

You have been visted by the Pickleberry Blog Fairy!

Jen, just a quick note to say thank you for all the resources you link to your site. You are so helpful and I, for one, really appreciate it! Thanks again - you're awesome!

Thanks for a great site.

Thank you so much for sharing the knowledge. And congrats for the great work!

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